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THE MUSKOKA LAKES 




The Muskoka Lakes are among the, most beautiful stretches of water to be found In any country, and they offer the greatest variety of 

''' Tacatl:iu pleasures. 




'SKOKA LAKl'lS h 



^)I0K9K>K-)I0K H IC AI'mmjiva i.akJ'.> liavc wmi a coiuniand 

IJI S tK t'"'* I'oiitincnt. I'licy draw tluir divciteis lac'i 
a i J5 season frcini every city of importance in Can- 
Ik jB X Ji'la a"<' t''e L'nited States. Indeed, tlieir fame 
Ik«»w»»>k ''"^ carried far beyond these shores, and they 
««»Kjl^jKiK are recojrni/ed ti>-day as holding liii^h place 
among the scenic-nenis of the world's lakeland. 

The visit ir finds the reason for their renown immedi- 
ately h.; enters the rewion. In Muskoka, Natnre has been 
unusiicily lavish with her linest handiwork, and has given 
pine-scented forests, langliing streams and waterfalls, as 
well as island-studded lakes. When in Muskoka, you are 
at the very iieart of one of the loveliest portions of Can- 
ada — "The Highlands of (Jntario". 

The Muskoka region was for centuries tlic ciiosen 
hunti! g-ground of tile Hurons. It was tlie red man who 
gave the musical name Muskoka (signifying "clear sky") 
to this land which held supremacy over all others in his 
affections, and he chrisi iied the islands, promontories, 
niassive rocks, lakes and rivers in a manner that showed 
his appreciation of the beauties of his forest home. No 
happier appellation than "clear sky" could have been 
adopted. The altitude of the region — one thousand feet 
above sea-level — gives splendid atmospheric conditions 
and, tiiodifying the sun's rays, produces an ideal cliinate 
even in the height of midsummer. 

The beautiful Muskoka resorts are within three and 
one-half hours' ride by the Grand Trunk from Toronto 



uiid are ';asily acce.-sible from all of the large centres of 
Canada and tlie liiited Stales. .\ pleasant iouniey by 
train; a delightful sail of from one to four iiours through 
beautiful lake and island scenery; a sojourn at a well- 
conducted hotel <ir b(jarding-house, indulging in such 
recreations as are freely available in tiiis great Urritory, 
makes a holiday tiiat lingers in the memory. 

MUSKOKA l.AKi;S AN!) RIVKPS 

The group known as the Muskoka Lakes comprises 
three large lakes and some smaller ones. The principal 
lakes, often called the "Three Graces", are Kosseau, 
Joseph and Muskoka. The largest of tlicse is Muskoka, 
twenty-one miles in length, while Lake Rosseau is thirteen 
miles long and Lake Joseph is eighteen miles in lengtli. 
rhey are comparatively narrow at places, tiien widen out 
to stretches of open water six miles across. On the various 
points on the shore-line nestle pretty cottages and summer 
villas, the owners of which have fallen in love witii Mus- 
koka. Trees deciduous, and trees evergreen commingle. 
Island folds back on island in innumeralile sliades of rich 
sunlit green. Tiny piers and boathouses jut out into the 
waters of the lakes. An occasional farmhouse may bt 
seen in the clearing and substantial hotels and boarding- 
houses have taken possession of favorable locaiions. At 
times it would seem as if the steamer would be caught in 
the maze of islands, but always the boat takes a gentle 
turn and a new stretch of lake con s into view. 



IHE MUSKOKA LAKES 



riu- Miiskiika l..il<f> cotii.iiii lulwiiii ti'iir luiii- 
ilri •! ati<l live liundrril ivlands .it fviry -ill |.i anil 
^1/1, laiiyiiit; Irom uiir <•{ l.l(M) arrr^. m F-aki- 
l\'i-.siaii. til tliii>ir rniitaitiiiiif hut a sitiijlc trto. nr 
a rmk risiTiu vlirir friiiii the watrr'-. i-il." 

In ailditimi In tin- luantiis ni tlir la'.i -. then 
arr many |>itlnrt«(|Ui- risits in tiic ili-irul uliirli 
invitr llir atltiitinn of tin- \isitiir. Shailnw KiviT, 
I'lu 111 Naturt's m'lils, ai ihr lirail nl Nnsscaii 
I. all', wiinid almic rtpay llir Intirisl fur llif iiitirc 
iiinrmy U)! the lakt'-i. Willi il> dii-iplive shadows 
and nllicliiins it is an uniliatilini; and liiv(i\ 
-tnani. I.iaviiii.' tlic sicanii r at Rnssrail. tin-. 
ri\(r i« ixidnrid in ramu' i.r hnat. Snun ymi arr 
I rtiiiinu -tiadily and stealthily into the dfcp 
mystiry nf shadnvvs. N uu sucm lo lie in ]>cr- 
IKliial cinli-s 111' hraiiclH" and hnnyhs and hnimlis 
and liiaiiriu's. almvc and IhIhw. Whiih the real 
and which llir iniauc ymir hnL;iT> snnii (Iimiimt 
as tln'\ slip iiun till- siift still waters. 

CURAIIVI. /IR /v'.l) WAil'.RS 

'riic iiidsi sriiiii iiic niclhnds IkiM' l)ccti ycn- 
irally addptid In prevent any piilhitiuii ni \\u>^ 
kuka waters. These waters ari' naturally pure and 
suit, heinn tree iruni liine salts. Tile soft linieless waters 
have heen derlared In he nf speeial value In nver-wi irked 
men and umnen. espeeially if shnwiim any liiuh lilnnd 
prt s:,iire nr arterial iliaiii;cs. 





Canoeing and Fishing are among the Spans to be Enjoyed ia Muikoka. 



Bathing is one of the Delights of a Muskoka Holiday. 

It sliiiiild alsn he etii|ihasi/ed that .\liisknka. in rnmninii 

with the whiile HiLthlands n| (Intarin. nffers perfiel im^ 

1 mimity frniii hay lever. Thniisaiids nf penph- sutTer eai h 

] niiilsuiiiiner frnm that clislressin:; ailment. At that seasnn 

nf the yiar the Mlisknka distriel is in .Nature's 

must heailteniis dress and is swept hy innl, pine- 

sietitecl hree/e.s. 

fflRK.I. .■.IM.l.Niiji) i.iii.i i:o;;ksi;.^ 

(mil is line <i\ the attraetiniis wliieli dr w dis- 
eriminatiiii.' travellers In Mtisknka ( iiie ..i the 
must iiilerestiiiK and | tnresipie eiuhleeii linle 
K<M eniirses 111 t"anada . situated at I'.e.iiiinaris, 
within an Imnr's sail n' Mlisknka Wharf and tlie 
ihrniiuh trains nf the mi Tnink. Tin' seenie 

siirriiuiidiiiys are siipe Lake .Mlisknka nii niii' 

side and Milfnrd May ' he nther. with heaiiiifiil 
strelrhes ni wnndlaiid. The eniirse is kept in 
splendid iniidilinii liy the Heaiiniaris (inlf and 
I'ennis Assiieialinn, and is in the centre nf a dis- 
trict of riia.i,niiriceiit suninuT Imnies. There is 
j4nnd lintel accniii tiinilat ion. \'ery reasonahle fees 
are oharwed hy the .Xssociatinii for playing pri- 
vileges. 

The newly inipmved wolf links at the Knyal 
.Muskoka llnli I reiireseiit the last word in a nine- 
llnle coursi- l'".very ureetl is well watered and in 
perfect Condition. The course possesses rare 
charm liecaiise of its pictiins(|ne location, nccnpy- 
in.LT . rolliii(,r plateau which coniiuands extensive 
an . splendid views. .\ cnni|ietent instructor is 
present thrnuLrhnnt the seasmi. The Imtiey for 
the new links is M<. and tlie total 2.850 yards. 

Within a slmrt distance of the Monteitli Mnu.se 
at Rosscau. a lirst-class nine-hole K"lf course has 



"INI IIKJIII \M)S 
Ol UM AHIO" 

MUSKOKA LAKES 

ROSSEAU 

JOSEPH 

MUSKOKA 

KKACilKI) HV 

GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY 
SYSIEM 

AM) I III- 

MUSKOKA NAVIGATION 
COMPANY 




THE MUSKOKA LAKES 




Jnst a OUmpM of th< Scentry that hai mad* Muikoka Famoua. 

Ill , II laiil imt. It i> new in its sixth season, and iniprovc- 
iMiiils and a(l<liiii,ns liavi- made it viry [(opular with visi- 
loi-s Id Muskdka. It is a cnrso <<( _M50 yards, and is under 
skiili'd and larol'ul nianawrnuiit. 



l.OOl) Sl'ORI I Ok' I UK ANO.'.KR 




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liiovfd within the last fiw years, and now. many lint- 
'alilus are made. There are many small lakes trifuitary 
to tile Mtiskoka Lakes that have K'>"d lisliiny. Many of 
these trii.-i to the inland lakes can he made in a day. (aiidcs. 
hoats, canoes, etc.. can he ohtained from jnactically all 
of the resort houses. 



of the resort houses. 

Motor l.oalinv;. catioeinK. tennis. ^. 

steamer trips ami other recreations are well imo\ i,|e<l for 
in the region. 

MUSKOKA ilOTF.I.S ARK FAMOUS 

In the variety of excellent iucoinmodation otfereil to 
iIk- visitor. Mnskoka has few rivals anionfr i.-sort dis- 
tricts. \<>n may make a choice of hotels. ranKin^ from tile 
modest to the fashionahle, of hoarding-houses, of p aceful 
country homes or of cozy island cottaues. 



lioulinu. hathiiiK. 




i'owliim Kreeii%, canot course*, etc The coiilitnied I.opii- 
lanly oi this hotel in the tient testimonial to the service 
offered ami the mie(|iialled location chosen for the resort 

The Heaiimaris Motel IS adniiraldy sitnai-d o.i Lake 
Mnskol . an.l h.is a lar«e cli-ntele. (Joltmij, tennis, bath- 
ins;, hoalnm and fis' :« l.nii« each j < ar to this resort liun- 
dreds of visitors from al! parts of the loiuinenl. The 
Miamnaris <iidf Link-, lamed for their heauly and the ex 
crilriil Condition in w hu h the eiuhli tii-hide course is tnain- 
laiiuil, .ire wilhiii a fe\\ yards of the hotel, while there are 
six lar«e clay courts for tennis player- 

lew n-sorl hotels eiiioy a wider ripiitalioii f.ir u I 

service than the Monteith House, at Ro-seau It is nioilerii 
in all It- appoinimenls. «l< am dieted, hot and cohl •■111111111- 
water III eviry room, [irivate l.atli-, electric Imlit. mas-ivc 
"pen liri-|daies. (ndf, lawn lii.wliliH. lemiis, danciiiK, 
moiorinij, li-hiii« and hoaliiiy are amom; the ncreation- 
ll is open the year round. 

There are scores of .,||ier well kepi hotels otferilln « I 

I'oil, airy roi.ms and a variety of allraclions. .\ complete 
list will he found on pa^'i' l.s. 

KXCKI l.KNI SIKAMKK SKRVICK 

On the arru.il of the train at Mnskoka Wharf tlie 
splendid steamer- of the Mnskoka Navigation t'onipan\ 
ari- ready to -pei i| away up the hikes. The comiiany m.iin- 
l.iiiis lui the lake- a Heet of eiKht modern steamers, ranw- 
intj from the natty, swift-rumiini; st>am yacht "Charlie 
M", to the stately thiKship "Sayamo", capahle of carrying 
hnndreils of passiiiHcr... These steamirs are well kept 
and are coiiiforla' ly furnished, havinj.' larye oliservation 
diiiiiiK saloons. Three steamers make dose connection- 
uitli the (irand Trunk trains, and on their way up the 
lakes are met at junction points hy others <if the fleet, 
which relieve the boats from the trains of some of their 




LoTSTS of tbe Royal and Anclont Oamo have a choice of Thrae 
SpUndid Golf Courses In Muskoka. 



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pasMiiKir*. ;iii<l, by ilniiymu iinilc, an ^.. run lli.u a 
parts III the lakes tan In- nailuil iwuc ilaily iii titlu r 
iliriiti.Mi, Many days can lif spnit hi deliwlu'liil siianur 
fxiiirsiuiis ar.. 1111(1 ilu- lak.s :.,u\ llin.iiwli tin- rmrs. in 
ilnclifiK visits to Shailuu l> r and tin- Falls .,l Jtala. 

Mow .vn;sK()K:A is kkaciii.d 

Tlir uatcwaj to Mnskoka is at Mnskoka Wlian UJ 
links north of Toronto. To this station tin- tiraiid Trnnk 
Kailwaj System operates. dnrin« the tourist seison.a splcn- 
di I service of express trains witli the most modern eiinip- 
nieiil, inelndinn dminn, parlor and I'nllmaii si. epint; cars 
iTom ix.ints in the South, passer ,ars reach the Grand 
I ruiik Kai.way either hy way of Hiiflalo and Masara Foils 
or hy rvay of Detroit. From Chicago, and points in the 
Uestern States, passen^er.s are carried ov,r th'- main lint 
of the Graiul I runk hy way of I'ort Huron, passiuR through 
some of the principal cities of the Initcd States and the 
western part o> 
Ontario. 

I'assenyers from 
eastern points, 
such as Quebec, 
I'oitlaiul, Mont- 
real and inter- 
mediale statioris. 
proceed via the 
main line of the 
Grand Trunk Rail- 
way to Toronto, 
and those from 
the Maritime Pro- 
vinces, Boston, 
and all New Eng- 
land points, reach 
Atontrcal by con- 
necting lines, antl 
thence on to Mns- 
koka by the Grand 
Trunk Railway 
System. 

The district may 
also be reached 
from Montreal 
and eastern points 



that their 
till- laki's. 




Jtop of Grand Trunk Ballwty Syrtam and connections, showing litnation of Muikoka Lakoi 



"^"' liic oii.uv I ,i,„i ,,| iIh Grand Trunk S\ st. in 

IMssiiiK through ,.wa. ;lie Capital fitN of (ana. la. ,111. 1 
iiiroii«h 111! AlKominin I'ark of Onlaii" 

( HKC'KINt, t)l HAGGAi,! 
I'.i^si Mv^crs i,,r the Mnskoka I. .ikes shonhl • 
'■auLiaye is elii ikrd ihronuh to .l.siinatioii .. 
Inil it not possiblf I,, so arranKi- v\itli raiUva\ ayeiit al 
siarlitiK point, it should be checked ic. Miiskok.i Uliar; 

rUS rOMS AkKANCKMI N I N 

r< rsons visitiiiH I'aiiad.i lor a limited perion may . u 
with them Kuns. fisliiML; tackle, tents, ramp rf|uipnKi... 
• .Miuras, bicycles, etc.. niiiiircd fir personal use, and such 
articles iiiust be rep.irled t.i Canada Customs Inspector 
whrii liauu.iue is inspected, and an amount equal to th,' 
duty fh'positeil thereon, which amount will '„c refunded, if 
thi articles are exported from Cana<la within ^ix months. 

The Customs ex- 
aininalion should 
he attended to at 
I he lirst port of 
entry to Canada, 
but bannagc may 
be bonded to sta- 
tions in Canada 
where a Customs 
< Mticer is located 
ret-iilarly, aiul. for 
t h e convcniincc 
of passengers, a 
Customs Inspec- 
tor is locateci at 
Mnskoka Wharf 
during the sum- 
mer .season. Like- 
wise, a I'. S. Cus- 
toms officer is lo- 
cated at Muskoka 
Wharf during the 
tourist season for 
t h e examination 
and bonding of 
baggage on the 
return journey. 



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THE MUSK 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



SEASON 1919 



P.O. AdAr* 



LAKK MUSKOKA 

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Hf aumaria , 



Torrance. 
Dudley . . . 



Whiteside 

Hutton House. . . . 
Milforu Bay...! 
Mo.ttmer's Print. 



RoMclair 

Uravenhurst. 



MISKOKA RIVKIl 
Rrarebridxe 



LAKE JOSEPH 

I'inelands 



Elgin House... 

Hcdwood 

Hamil's Point . 
SUney Braes. . 
Craiffie I^a . . 

Itarnesdalf 
(jordon Bay , 



Stanley House. 
Dudley 



LAKE ROSSEAH 

Windermere 



Itoval Munkoka 
Judd Haven. . . , 



Maplehurst . 
Kosseau . . . . 



AforinuH. 
Minett . . 



Woodinitton. . . 

(Jregory 

Port Sandfield. 



Hotel or Reiturt 



Windsor Hotel. . . 

The Hwastika 

j Jft'-kson House. . . . 
Moon Nhute Horse 
Musquash I.^Ke. . 
Beaumaris Hotel . . 

Roseneath 

Briahton Beach . . . 

Rockv House 

Cap* May 

American House. . . 

Acton Island 

Hutton House. . . . 

IScareliff 

Milford Bay House 

Cedar Wild 

W;nberry House . 

PleaMant View 

RnwHrlair 

'.Mbion 

FVrn Glni 

Pitiiflule (on Gull Lk.) 
Cairino Cnttufce. . . . 

•Alhion Hotel 

*f Queens Hotel 



Arrom- 
IiHMiatc: 



Belntont House 

Pi'if lands 

El' in Houae, 

Bay I-eaf 

Hamil's Hotel 

Htanev Braes ....... 

Crainie I.#a House. .-. 
Carlinitford House. . . 
Barnet lale House. . . 

Inland V>w 

Cordon Bav House. . 

Stanley House 

Dudley House 



INDIAN RIVER fbetwee 
Port Carling 



Windermere House. 

Fif*' House 

InKlesido House. . . . 

Maple I^af 

King's Park 

Royal Muskoka 

Ernsriiffe 

Rest Harbor 

The Bluff 

Maplehurst Hotel . . 

♦Monteith House 

!lo8smoyne 

Bay View 

Lakeview 

Cilenburnie 

The Retreat 

Morinus House 

Clfvelarid House. . . 
Paifinton House. . . . 

Thorcl House 

Woodinitton House. 

Nepahwin ... 

Shardlow 

Eiinewood 

Shottrry 

Ferndale 



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n T.akfs Muskoka and 
Port Carlinic House. . 

()«kCr™t 

Havinftton Fai.Ti .... 
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CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION 

. • M*"* *\!'*' of, Toronlo ia the objpriivp point for kll traffic for the "lliahlanda of On- 
tario —a beautiful cKy full of interest to the tourist and sightseer. Each year duriim 
the latter part of the summer, the Canadian National Kihibition. which is considered to 
VS.if'fi.r ?".""?' "*^',' ."".";'■. '^™'""'"'' '" '''•'"l here and is well worth a vi.il. In 
IB1» the bihibiUua »ill be held from August 29th to September 6th. 



i^rtnted in Canailu. 



15 



SKOKA LAKES 



GRAND TRUNK SYSTEM AGENCIES 



■••*"• "*••• '^ R ?.!""»''/.a * P n . Room" 510-12 Old South Build- 
ing, 2V4 Waahlncton Si. 

■rantfard, Ont T. J. N.l»o». City P«m. and TIct. Agt.. 153 Colborne St. 

r'^ ■'" -■ **"* ■'''"" ^ R'""*"*'. Ticket Agfnt. 8 Court HouM Avf. 

" , '•• I"* "• *• Mo.oAN. Pm,. Agt., 1019 Chambfr of Commme Bldi . 

C.H.rj,. Alt. H. H. .M.„„T. C. P. and T A., 81 1 Fir.t St. W«it. 

Chluio. Ill CO. Oarrr^inaoi;,. Gen. A«t.. Pa«. Dept.. 907 Merchant, 

Loan ft Trunt Bid*., 112 Wot Adamn St. 
Ottnlt, Miah. J.H. Bl;«i;i«. General Agt, Paa..Depl.,81» Dime Bank BIdg 

Edmonton, Alt. J. F. Ph.lp. City Pa„. and Tkt. Agt., \Xi Jaaper Ave. E. 

Cananetiua, Ont H. F. W^an. Ticket Agent. 

Gualph, Ont G. E.JfA...,,, City P..,. and Tkt. Agt., Wellington Hotel 

Hamilton, Ont. Ja». A^deb.on, City Paw. and Tkt. .\gt , II Jamee St N 

KIniaton.Ont J. P. Hanlev. ( ity Pa„. and Ticket Agent, cor. John- 

Klon and Ontario St« •" 

London, Ont. R. K. H r.n. City Pawenger and Ticket Agent, corner Richmond 

and Dundas .^^ts 
Mlnnoapolla, Minn W. J. G,..ke«,.n. Gen, Agt., Pa«,. Dept., Room 206. ,529 

.Second Ave. South, 

m""!**"; « " ' " toatoRAN. Gen. Agt.. l'a.«. Depl.,8 Wyse Bldg., Main St. 

Montroal, Qua. J. Qvivt.N. I)i,tricl Pa™. Agt . Bonaventure .Station, 

Montraal. Ou. M. ^ n.K,,,; (i.y Paj, and Ticket Agt., 122 St. J.me. St., 

cornof St. rratirotti Xavirr 
IJ«Vorl,,H.V A. Bj^f-H...», (Jen. .Agt., Pass Dept., 1270 Broadway, cor. 

House DIk., cnr. Spark, and Elgin Streets "U*..!! 

pI!I'i!.T'''ft". i ,'.'. ."""'"'• ""' '■'"' '"'' '^''^'"■' ■*<"■"'• ••'2* George St. 

Port Arthur, Ont S. W R ,y, 12 CumberUnd .street. 

Praaoott, Ont J. c Caai THaa». Ticket Agent. Centre .Str<'et 

ojT^ o'*'*' ^ '' JOHN.TON. City P.„ and Tkt. Agt.. .-,26 Third Ave. 

Quaboa, Qua Gt.^ H. Stott, City Pa». and Tkt. Agt., cor. St. Ann.- ,. 

- , , DuFort StB., and Ferry Ug , Dalhouiie St. 

rrirr* . . ** *' Gait»c, aty Pa,,, and Ticket Agt.. 1829 .ScarthSt. 

St^r.rt;.^0-a C' ?'„""""";,.«'*■''« -I Tkt. Agt.. 2 Wellington St. 
Tl,«It. orr^ ^' ^' i 2""'"' ^^''^^ '^•~' ""■' ■^'-''" Agt., 100 St. Paul ,st. 

T^nto' 0«'; S; ^ Ho,»,so. Diatrict P..«.„ger Agent. I'nion SUtion. 

•rl^nto' o2! ^^ ^'"" ""• *^'"' •'•"'•"''" Agent I N.W. cor. Kin, ami 

T«»nto,Ont. C. E. Tennt. City Ticket Agent , Yonge St. 

vIT^^H'^'c S ^ i"""' '^'""'' '*«'"'• ''"•■ '^P'' 52? Granville St. 

m^ 0-; S f o ""• ^"'' ''"• •"•* ■^'•■'"■' Agent, G.T.P. Dock. 

WW^Z: il- t: ", ^°"' ^"'' '""' ""'' ■^'"- A«» • 12 Sandwich St. 

winnl|M«, Man W.J. Qviklan, Diatrict Haw Agent, fnion .Station. 

EUROPEAN TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT 
F. C. Saltar. European Traffic Manager, 17-19 Cockspur St 
I.ondon, S.W.. Eng. 

p *:•"'■'•• W.S.COOK«,N, 

Pamenger TraSc Manager, ^ , „ 

MoNT,EAi, Q„.. "^™™' P"«n«" Agent, 
^ Montreal, QcK. 

CANADIAN EXPRESS COMPANY'S OFFICES ON 
MUSKOKA LAKES 

RoJaTErrHrul^ " """"""•• '"^ ''""^' "'""'"""• «''^" ^'-^o'.. Ho.el, 
The Canadian Eaprea. Company operate, over the Grand Trunk Railway Svlem 

trTtai-ottirtti s:^"^- '"""' ■"-"' "-■"' ^'»" --.Hip"^n.rr::i' 

GENERAL FORWARDERS TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD 

»her^'rp.°lj7' l""^" •"""" ""•^ Traveller.- Cl,e.,ue, i«u«l-P.yable every- 
»her« at Par— Safe. Economical. Convenient. «■»•"■" ever> 



General Officea, MONTREAL, Que, 



JOHN PULLEN, Pt«id.nt. 



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